Product Type: Pampers baby products
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Pampers Easy-up Pants
Member Name: angelboouk
Pampers Easy-up Pants
Advantages: PROTECTION, COMFY
Disadvantages: PRICIER THAN NORMAL NAPPIES
Pampers is a baby/toddler brand offering nappies, pull ups and wipes in various types to suit the need of parents and their budgets.
Pampers Easy Up pants are the next stage up from normal nappies. These are designed to give children a bit more independance and unless the child has done a poo, these can be removed by sliding off like normal pants. Perfect for potty training stages.
The Easy Up Pants come with an extra dry area to prevent leaks. The sides are stretchy to allow your child to freely move and as well as being pulled down, you can also tear the sides with ease and remove like a normal nappy.
The nappies themselves have a white edging and a distinct purple and green theme. They also have Bob the Building various images on the front. The back also has an image and a little sticky tab for holding the nappy together once removed and ready to be disposed of.
Easy Up nappies come in easily recognisable red plastic wrappers bearing the Pampers logo and Easy Up logo. The wrappers will also tell you the size and quantity and how to contact Pampers. If you purchase a box, the box is cardboard and red with the same information. The packs inside will be in plain white with red writing.
Easy Up pants are designed for toddlers and therefore come in the following sizes and estimated weights :
Size 4 (18-33lbs/8-15kg)
Size 5 (26-40lbs/12-18kg)
Size 6 (35lbs+/16kg+)
*Availability and Price*
Easy Up Pants can be bought from supermarkets and the likes of Boots. They are not as widely stocked as the Pampers Baby Dry or Active Fit. Sizes of packs vary from store to store and you can purchase value boxes making each nappy cheaper. I will list the current Boots prices to give you an idea but look out for special offers. My most recent box was £7.98 in Tesco for 52nappies in size5.
Size 4 Carry Pack Qty 24/Size 5 Qty 22/Size 6 Qty 20 = £5.99
Size 4 Economy Pack Qty 46/Size 5 Qty 42/Size 6 Qty 38 = £8.98
Size 4 Jumbo Pack Qty 60/Size 5 Qty 56/Size 6 Qty 52 = £11.99
Size 4 Mega Pack Qty 90/Size 5 Qty 84 = £18.99
When my son was born, I started with the most popular nappy range..Pampers. I trust this range and so do other parents. After a while, money became tighter and I switched from Pampers Baby Dry to Boots own nappies. Usually on offer, they worked out the best price per average nappy.
My son has become rather independant of late, turning 2 afterall you would expect this. Trying to get him to lie down and get his nappy changed is sometimes a struggle. I searched for something more suitable in the Boots range to no avail..they don't do toddler pants but Pampers do. Now on average each nappy costs 20p so I choose to alternate as we could not afford these for every change.
Boo has a habit of pulling his trousers off in bed and then you go in to check on him and the nappy is sitting on the floor and a rather smiley Boo is being a typical wee boy. No matter how many times I try to tell him it will fall off..he just laughs at me. When the nappy managed to stay on, he would wake up wet after 12hrs sleep. This was no good. The one time I tried the Easy Up pants, he was perfectly dry the next morning,
So, normal nappies during the day and Easy Up pants at night seemed the best option.
My son likes these as they have Bob the Builder images and he is one of his favourite characters. They are attractive and bright and look comfy but are they? Well the stretchy sides are perfect and my son can jump about and wriggle and they move with him yet keep him dry. Once he has deposited a wee into it, it locks away and keeps his botty dry and rash free. A no2 deposit is kept hidden and safe until changing. My son seems to know he is going to do one as he tells us "a poo mum" about 30mins before..quite weird really but at least we are prepared as he has never been wrong yet!
Looking inside the nappy (a clean one of course lol) you see the extra protection layer which is green and white and resembles a sort of sanitary pad so you can understand how this keeps the kids dry.
The pants are easy to slide up and aslong as you make sure (if it is a boy that is) that his package is tucked in safe, your child will be leak free and comfy all night. I really don't mind paying extra for a box of these once a month just for night time as we go through so many of the other ones with him taking them off, it ends up costing more. He seems more content in these at night.
I recommend these to any parent and would urge you to look for the value box offers in supermarkets and get them cheaper.
Thanks for reading
Summary: GREAT FOR NIGHT TIME